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  BehindU  |  5

55 *you're*

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  Jf770  |  10

Yeah o30 I agree with 69. He can just report her .-. Some ops are so st00pid.

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  xyris_fml  |  28

That isn't what 4 was saying, 104. She doesn't have a right to take it, but if she and OP live alone together we can say for sure it wasn't a parent or anything like that.

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  sjhill  |  28

how?

By  mattsgurl  |  0

That completely sucks. My fiancee would have cried his eyes out if I did that to him, but I love him too much. Fyl OP she sounds like a bitch anyway for doing that. You are better off without her. Time to start fresh and new. Good luck. I'm sorry you had to find out that way though.

By  RadikulRam  |  16

Did she steal the ring? I think she did. She stole your property OP, you hadn't offered it to her, play it off by saying it was for your mother for taking great care of you etc.

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  evilplatypus  |  34

Even if he did offer it to her, in the US the ring always goes back to the one who paid for it unless given at Christmas, Valentine's Day or the person's birthday (that makes it a gift). Otherwise it's considered contingent upon a contract (marriage).

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  TheSmartAss10  |  21

No, it's whoever paid for it unless they were married or it was given on Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter, their birthday, then it's a gift. If you get married the ring becomes hers.

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  greg84_fml  |  21

On top of the fact even if he did ask her, she would have no claim to it as her answer would have been no. "No, I will not marry you, but I will keep this lovely ring.". No bitch.

By  MwahFMLS  |  6

Aww.. Oh wait..

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